The 2020 NFL Draft has finally reached its conclusion, and the Bills came away with seven rookie prospects at the end of it all. Surprisingly, this was the first time in five years that the Bills finished the weekend without making a single draft-day trade - the last instance was the 2015 draft, when the Bills also didn’t have a first round pick.
We’ve already asked you how you feel about the Stefon Diggs trade and its impact on the draft, so if you want, let’s set that aside for a bit. Instead, let’s put this weekend’s selections under the lens:
With their second round selection, the Bills drafted the 6’5” 275 pound defensive end A.J. Epenesa out of Iowa.
In the third round, Buffalo found their new complement to Devin Singletary in Utah running back Zack Moss.
The Bills kicked off the next day by drafting big-play receiver Gabriel Davis from UCF in the fourth round.
In round five came arguably the biggest surprise of the weekend, with the selection of Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm.
The Bills had two picks in round six. Kicker Tyler Bass was the first, bringing his booming leg out of Georgia Southern.
The next choice was Oregon State wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins, a 6’4” 210 pound receiver with sure hands.
Finally, Buffalo closed things out by picking Pittsburgh cornerback Dane Jackson in round seven.
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